Natural & Holistic Veterinary Care Promotes Animal Healing, Wellness & Longevity
As a more natural approach to veterinary care, alternative medicine can be used to:
- Promote healing
- Create a better quality of life
- Minimize future problems by correcting subtle imbalances before overt disease develops
- Encourage overall wellbeing and pet health
Such means of treatment are centered on healing, wellness, and longevity and utilize minimally invasive, gentle techniques (American Holistic Veterinary Medical Association). Although Eastern alternative therapies can be practiced without conventional medicine, we encourage its use in conjunction with our other Western practices for best results. With integrative medicine, our holistic veterinarian will go beyond a physical exam by collecting and applying comprehensive knowledge about all of the pet's medical, dietary, behavioral, and environmental history. A tailored plan of conventional and alternative veterinary care will then be developed to lead your pet to a path of healing, health, and happiness.
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Veterinary Alternative Healing Modalities Used at Kingston Animal Hospital
- Veterinary acupuncture and electro acupuncture
- Chinese herbal medicine
- Low level laser therapy
- Energy balancing
- Animal nutrition and food therapy
- Nutritional supplements
- Pet wellness care
- Lifestyle counseling
- Integrative medicine counseling
Healthy Veterinary Alternatives
Healthy Veterinary Alternatives is a branch of Kingston Animal Hospital managed by Dr. Mark Russo that cares for small animals as well as horses using holistic methods of veterinary care. To direct your pet toward a life of wellbeing and longevity, call to set up an appointment soon.
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PLEASE NOTE: Our healing modalities can often be used in concert with conventional medicine. We STRONGLY recommend maintaining a working relationship with your regular family veterinarian so that conventional care will be available when needed.